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Automotive: Here it is...

...in its natural habitat, with full headlight gear (Pic stolen from the net)
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By: mrds
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Automotive: Top choices, Nico. I am full on with the Alpine and Dino.

For me, add 2 entries from Lancia: the Martini Integrale Evo (the civilian choice) and the legendary Stratos (the nuclear option). A man can dream....
15d
By: mrds
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Horological Meandering: Hi Jad, thank you for pointing out the Watchville App.

I just installed it and checked it out. The time display page is really usefull for setting watches, especially the astronomical complications.
15d
By: mrds
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Horological Meandering: Thanks, Casey, for sharing this.

A detailed and precise description of your routine as can be expected only in Japan! And I'm with you that perpetuals deserve a special treatment absolutely. Especially over year end. New year's eve is the time when I feel I have no choice but wearing my perpetual. Domo arigato, Casey-san.
16d
By: mrds
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Horological Meandering: Thank you, indebtbutontime, for your detailed description.

If setting my perpetual wasn't such a nightmare I might go the same way as you do as I'm with you on the service interval caused by keeping watches on winders. Furthermore there is the space and practical issue of keeping 10-20 watches all on winders. PS you have a great nickname. I'm indepted to ma
16d
By: mrds
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Horological Meandering: So you're a winder guy.

This certainly is the most convenient way of solving the problem, at least for automatic watches. Since you're a VC kind of collector, there is a nice winder they make since last year (or so I was told). Thanks, Jurry.
16d
By: mrds
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